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. a win today over the eagles in oakland was an even .500 with hopes for more in the second half of the season. then they played the game. an up and down philadelphia team all of a sudden forgot about down. nick fol looked like he was trying out for the team. jennings had a good day on his day. cut the deficit to 21-0. jennings totaled 200-yard rushing. rookie zack hertz all by himself to haul in that pass. and we'll say local, the rout was on. there was still more to come. it's folse to cooper for the third time. folk ties a record with seven passes. the raiders fall to 3-5 on the wrong end of a 49-20 score. fair to say the raiders thought they were headed in the right direction and as fred inglis reports. no one saw a rout like this coming. >> reporter: they were ranked in the top 10 in the nfl. but all of a sudden chip kelly's eagles turned into chip kelly's oregon ducks and the last thing oakland thought they would ever see is nick folse throwing seven touchdowns in this game >> i don't think nick has ever seen anything that would give him the indication that he would throw
the eagles in oakland was an even .500 with hopes for more in the second half of the season. then they played the game. an up and down philadelphia team all of a sudden forgot about down. nick fol looked like he was trying out for the team. jennings had a good day on his day. cut the deficit to 21-0. jennings totaled 200-yard rushing. rookie zack hertz all by himself to haul in that pass. and we'll say local, the rout was on. there was still more to come. it's folse to cooper for the
an expectation that we use those tools. they have an eagle expectation that we balance the use of those tools -- equal expectation that we balance the use of those tools in a predicated investigation for which we are allowed to use those tools to protect civil liberties and privacy. just because we have the authority by law to use certain techniques, we have a responsibility and a requirement to do so in a manner that is least intrusive whenever possible. sometimes, even an interview is to intrusive. if we think you have been involved in wrongdoing because we have received information and we can't corroborate aspects of it and we are authorized to open and we can corroborate aspects of it and we are authorized to open investigation, we can have a discussion with you at your work lace. the interview itself -- at your work place. the interview itself is less intrusive, but doing it at your work place is an intrusion on your privacy. this causes people to have concerns they should not have. we take care to measure the technique used and the manner it might be used before we do it. oversight is p
. in the eagles shockingly easy 49-20 win over the raiders. foels connected with riley cooper to be the seventh patter with passes. >> the chiefs down 10-3 gl geoff tool makes a booble. interexhibited by south australian smith & wesson. wach him -- by geoff smith. the fourth quarter. the chiefs prove why they have the best defense as marcus cooper forces a fumble, and tamber hali scoops and scores. >> all in all, everyone you can get in the national football needs a good win, we rallied in the fourth quarter and did things better than what we had done early. the two touchdowns were important. >> the seattle seahawks were off to the best start in history. today's comp against the buccaneers. quarter action seattle down 17 until russell wilson quicks the qb keeper in to the score. seahawks down 10. late in the fourth, wilson to baldwin. a touch done for seattle. wilsons, 19 of 22, 217 yards, two int scores. >> overtime steven how's kerr, from 27 yards out sends the game into a final. the seahawks come back from 21 down. it's the biggest come from behind in franchise victory. >> similar to when he
td as the colts rally and beat them 27-24. eagles and nick foles and 1234567, yes, 7 touchdowns with 406 yards in the third start of the season and five caught td passes and cooper had three himself and the 7th nfl player to throw them and the other was peyton manning and beat the raiders 41-20. and they helped fuel the chiefs undefeated season this far and not their own but the other team's backup quarterbacks and buffalo did not have the tools to keep smith from picking him off and returning 100 yards and the longest he did this since it happened in 1977. tool was the fourth backup the chiefs faced in five weeks and he serves up the 30st birthday gift who scoops it up and wins 23-13 and 9-0 for the first time since 2003. much has been made about the rise of bullying and harass -- harassment and the miami dolphins locker room and the tackle jonathan martin is away from the dolphins after some incident in the dolphin's cafeteria. after an internal investigation and representatives of martin they suspended ritchie for unspecified conduct detriment toll the team and he served as t
in time. they have an expectation that we use those tools. expectation eagle that we balance the use of those expectation that we balance the use of those tools in a predicated investigation for which we are allowed to use those tools to protect civil liberties and privacy. just because we have the authority by law to use certain techniques, we have a responsibility and a requirement to do so in a manner that is least intrusive whenever possible. even an interview is to intrusive. think you have been involved in wrongdoing because andave received information we can't corroborate aspects of it and we are authorized to open -- and we can corroborate aspects of it and we are authorized to open investigation, we can have a discussion with you at your work lace. the interview itself -- at your work place. the interview itself is less intrusive, but doing it at your an intrusion on your privacy. this causes people to have concerns they should not have. we take care to measure the technique used and the manner it might be used before we do it. oversight is provided by the as well as those i
delta's quarter yesterday while i was watching the eagles/giants. quite exciting to read about delta's, how they raise the price of tickets. much more exciting. >> if you were a giants fan, it was perfectly fun. >> well, the giants' fans. >> i wouldn't take that win to the bank. >> i'm here with two nongiants fans. >> tell me about dale. >> dale had the best quarter in its history. a big buyback. they bought this refiner. there are so many places where good things are happening. this is like the kansas city chiefs having a perfect record. these things aren't supposed to p ha. economists growth hobbled by the shutdown. a lot of the data this week is going to reflect what we went through. the jobs trend, back below 150 on a three-month average. consumer confidence is the lows of the year. >> every executive that you ask that's international, they say,i had chuck bunk from ppj. this guys an all-american ceo. we were going over how are the communist countries to deal with, how are the socialist countries to deal with, how is america to deal with? he obviously, pro-america, thinks america
on the lord shall renew their strength. they shall mount up with wings like eagles. they shall run and not be weary. they shall walk and not faint. why do you think it's his favorite? >> it's a verse about giving things time to play out. we will not have all of our success right away. sometimes it takes a while for things to develop. we have to wait on god to move. that's a bid of wisdom not just for the president, but all of us. >> can you tell us about the office you are running and your job responsibilities. >> sure. i used to run the faith-based and neighborhood partnerships with the white house and faith-based organizations around the country to serve people in need and i did that for the president's first term and now transitioned to an organization called values partnerships where we help with the faith community to solve challenges in the world. >> george w. bush is a man of deep faith. did he have daily devotionals? >> i would guess he did, but i wonder, presidents can let us in so many different ways. i wonder if you wish that not just this president, but all presidents w
, with an annual capacity of about 50,000 eagles, we have invested an additional $6 billion over the years, expanded the facility to the point where annual production is over 300,000 bmws. today, the plant alone employs over 7000 people supporting the local economy to the tune of $8.8 billion per year, and proposed an additional 31,000 jobs through south carolina. from the supplies to our workers, to the local coffee shop, our manufacturing plant in spartanburg is a force that helps drive the economy in widening circles. now we come to the final letter of the acronym, problem. why we think it's a good platform. there's a few facts help you understand the scope of what we do. we produce all x. three, x. five and x. six sport utility vehicles. soon-to-be a new export production in 2012, 300,000 units big we expect to grow to over 350,000 units this year. and here i is the fact i think that may surprise you. 70% of these vehicles are shipped overseas. that's correct. 70% of these bmws are shipped to about 140 countries worldwide. we are the largest exporter of vehicles from the united states.
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